AMR Toolkit Draft
Did you know that 1.27 million deaths are attributable to bacterial AMR in 2019?
The alarming rise of antimicrobial resistance constitutes a global health crisis, threatening the effectiveness of one of medicine’s most vital tools: Antimicrobials. To tackle this growing threat, it is very important to raise awareness among these three main actors: Policy Makers, Health Providers and the General Public.
This online toolkit has been designed to serve as a comprehensive resource about the causes, consequences, and preventive measures related to antimicrobial resistance. Also, equipping the designated actors with the knowledge and tools necessary to address this critical issue.
The general public plays a vital role in combatting antimicrobial resistance by practicing appropriate antibiotic use, adhering to prescribed treatments and proper hygiene practices.
Policy Makers &
Policy makers have the authority to implement regulations and strategies that promote responsible use of antibiotics, control their distribution, and foster research for alternative treatments.
Healthcare providers are at the forefront of patient care and responsible for prescribing and administering antibiotics. By adopting evidence-based practices,By adopting evidence-based practices,……..
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